Formatting in one cell differently

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Hello guys... I need help

 

C6 = Standard

My formula:       ="My specific text here:   " & C6

 

Now this is what i want excell to do: 

My specific text here:   Standard

 

Is it even possible to make 2 different formattings of text in the same cell?? Like here, normal + text with full black.

 

Hope to hear from you and thanks in advance

 

 

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@Jette_Nissen 

Unfortunately, Excel does not support formatting part of the result of a formula differently from the rest. It's best to place "My specific text here" in one cell, and =C6 in the cell next to it (formatted as bold)

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@Hans Vogelaar 

**bleep** thats too bad Thanks for your answear tho!